Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has called for “a strong European Union and a European community whose strength is founded on strong member states.” Continue reading “Szijjarto calls for strong EU member states”
We have to make a distinction between the help provided by Hungary and the other Western countries, the Maronite Patriarch of Antioch, Bechara Boutros al-Rahi told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap.
The support of the international community, including Hungary is necessary for the survival of the Middle Eastern Christian communities who constitute the roots of Christianity, the Maronite Patriarch of Antioch, Bechara Boutros al-Rahi told Hungarian public channel M1. Continue reading “MidEast Christians need international help”
Catholicism cannot respond with a white flag to the rainbow flag, but has to come up with its own way of modernity in today’s moral chaos, according to George Weigel, Pope John Paul II’s biographer.
“Hungary is focusing on primarily helping persecuted Christians over other groups,” Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto told Breitbart. Continue reading “Szijjarto gives exclusive interview to Breitbart”
Often even Christian churches are reluctant to bring up the issue of Christian persecution and acknowledge problems by their name, the deputy state secretary for aiding persecuted Christians said in an interview from Ottawa late on Thursday. Continue reading ““Christian churches often reluctant to bring up issue of persecution””
Parliament’s legislative committee on Thursday approved two constitutional amendment proposals on “the preservation of Hungary’s Christian culture” and on banning homelessness. Continue reading “Parlt cttee approves constitutional amendments on Christian culture, homelessness”
The Hungarian government and the Hungarian Scout Association share the same basic values, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at the inauguration of the conference and training centre of the Hungarian Scout Association in Nagykovacsi, near Budapest. Continue reading “Orban: Government, scouts share the same values”
Zsolt Semjen, Hungary’s deputy prime minister, called the annual pilgrimage to Csiksomlyo (Sumuleu Ciuc) in Transylvania, Romania “a spiritual powerhouse” on Saturday. Continue reading “Semjen: Europe must preserve its identity”
President Janos Ader on Friday formally appointed the ministers of Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s fourth government. Continue reading “Orban: While we serve the nation, our place is in Europe”